Ohio Electricity Customers to Pay More for HB6?

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Electricity Bill Generating Worry for Ohio Renewables Generating company First Energy Solutions is in the midst of Chapter 11 reorganization. The company told state lawmakers that if doesn’t find a buyer for both Ohio nuclear plants or a way for them to generate a profit within Ohio’s competitive electricity market it will start closing them in […]

Landscaping Better Energy Efficiency in Ohio

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Landscaping Helps Your Ohio Home’s Energy Savings Many folks take a moment each Earth Day to reflect on how they use energy. Some homeowners will try to recycle more, some will switch over to LED light bulbs, and some may even begin composting their kitchen scraps. While these are all great things to do, one […]

Super Bowl Sunday’s Energy Saving TVs

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Save money with energy efficient TV. On Super Bowl Sunday, millions of TVs across America will be on for hours from pre-game, to half-time, to post-game (with a little bit of football thrown in for good measure). With an appliance like a TV that can run for many hours a day, it’s good to know […]

New Ohio Natural Gas Power Plants Progressing

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Ohio Natural Gas Plants Outpacing Coal With nearly a dozen natural gas power plants in development or recently commissioned across Ohio, the state is closing in on 10,000 MW of new generating capacity. Because natural gas beats coal on cheap electric rates, efficiency, and emissions, the new plants are set to shake up the market in […]